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Lean Cuisine Recalls Chicken Meals

Food Recall: Lean Cuisine Chicken Meals

Oops! Nestlé did it again. In July, Nestlé recalled some Lean Pockets for having plastic bits in them, and now the company has announced it is recalling 879,565 pounds of Lean Cuisine frozen chicken meals for the same reason. The presence of small pieces of hard plastic led some customers to complain and caused one injury. All of the affected products are chicken-based meals.

Check your freezer for the following products subject to recall, and call Nestlé Consumer Services Center at (800) 227-6188 with any questions.

  • Lean Cuisine Pesto Chicken With Bow Tie Pasta: Production code "8280595912" with a "Best Before" date of "May 2010."
  • Lean Cuisine Chicken Mediterranean: Production code "8231595912" or "8241595912" with "Best Before" date of "Sept 2010"; production code "8263595912" "8269595911" or "8274595912" with a "Best Before" date of "Oct 2010"; or, production code “8291595912” or “8301595912,” with a “Best Before" date of "Nov 2010.”
  • Lean Cuisine Chicken Tuscan: Production code “8234595911” and “Best Before" date of "Sept 2009”; production code “8253595911” or “8269595912” with a “Best Before" date of "Oct 2009”; or, production code of “8292595911” or “8296595911” with a “Best Before" date of "Nov 2009.”
  • My pal Yum isn't pleased with this news either. If you're now inspired to cook your own food, she's has recipes galore for you to browse for inspiration.

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rickimc rickimc 7 years
I am so glad I am allergic to their chicken entrees (because of the soy protein in the chicken).
Spectra Spectra 7 years
Pieces of plastic? Yikes. This is exactly why I tend to not eat processed foods.
hannahc hannahc 7 years
I used to eat Lean Cuisines every day for lunch, until our freezer at work broke and 5 of them got thrown out. I got used to taking leftovers from dinner for lunch, and have been saving so much money at the grocery store for the last two months. So much better to eat homecooked meals, I think (and way less sodium!).
bluesteyes bluesteyes 7 years
Nestle owns a lot of fat food products too, i think it owns ice creams so this lean thing is kind of like hum..get fat and then get thin by Nestle!
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